Travel Blogs from Panguitch, United States

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Canyons, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Canyons

A travel blog entry by jizmo

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Bryce Canyon is mistakenly named as it is actually a natural amphitheater.   Here the flow of mountain snowmelt carves its way down to the creeks below and flows into the Grand Canyon.  Because of this natural architecture and elevation ...

Wow!, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Wow!

A travel blog entry by argieuk

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... this was again caused by water freezing and expanding which breaks the surface of the stone. Left there and made our way to Panguitch, where we stopped at the Canyon Lodge, very pleasant Motell, and the receptionist, Michelle, is very friendly. Advised us ...

Zion National Park, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Zion National Park

A travel blog entry by vblowry2000

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... ; We explored Zion for a while and left about 2:30pm.  We started driving towards Bryce National Park and stopped at a place called Panguitch which had a lovely motel.  After check in we went in search of food and found a place that did veggie ...

Majestic Towers, HooDoos and flat tires, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Majestic Towers, HooDoos and flat tires

A travel blog entry by wheelerlj

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... into the Mountain time zone without noticing), we made a very good decision. Instead of turning east on route 12 just south of Panguitch and heading toward Bryce Canyon for a "quick" look, we drove on until we found a campground. The plan was to ...

Bryce and Zion, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Bryce and Zion

A travel blog entry by rvmillers2014

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Next stop: Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park.  We stayed in Red Canyon, about 15 miles outside of Bryce.  Both parks are equally beautiful, but so different.  Zion is big mountains of colorful swirled rock and Bryce is ...

Utah......finally!, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Utah......finally!

A travel blog entry by kare1322

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... me know....I will be more than happy to share ALL the pics.  Anyways, after seeing all the Arches, we drove down to Panguitch which is right outside Bryce Canyon which we are planning on seeing tomorrow.  But its getting late, time for ...

Bryce Canyon, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Bryce Canyon

A travel blog entry by vera_und_alex

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Ein weiterer Nationalpark auf unserer Runde...der Bryce Canyon! Hier kann man zwischen den cool geformten spitzigen Felspfeilern herumwandern und von diversen Viewpoints die super Aussicht geniessen. Auch dieses Mal hat das Wetter perfekt mitgespielt, so ...

Red and Bryce Canyons, Grand Staircase-Escalante, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Red and Bryce Canyons, Grand Staircase-Escalante

A travel blog entry by cliff-n-chris

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... other side of the hills away from the rain, then it was onto Highway 69 to Kingston, before heading back to Panguitch for dinner.  Even on these roads the scenery was constantly changing, huge rock formations interspersed with flat scrubland.  ...

Bryce Canyon Again, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Bryce Canyon Again

A travel blog entry by cyrano

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Bryce Canyon Again Today Doug, Pat and I went back to Bryce Canyon National Park.  This time it was Doug's turn to take the pictures with Pat and I helping to haul his Horseman 4 x 5 Studio Camera from one station to another.  This was quite ...

Headed to Salt Lake City, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Headed to Salt Lake City

A travel blog entry by zonas

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Headed out about 9:30 am, 5 hour drive to Salt Lake City, picked up Shane at the airport at 2:30. We are set up at the KOA in downtown salt lake. We headed out to the great salt lake this afternoon, there really wasn't much to see, we got to the lake ...

The Land Before Time, Panguitch, United States travel blog

The Land Before Time

A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup

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Back on the road after leaving Vegas, we began our 'big loop in three days' goal, usually recommended to do in two weeks. We started off with a 150 mile drive North East to Bryce Canyon National Park in South Western Utah. Despite its name, it is not ...

Rugged terrain times 10, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Rugged terrain times 10

A travel blog entry by joec404

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Left Ely, Nevada amid a freakin' rain storm, so visibility was restricted.  At least it washed the 8 billion splat marks on the windshield.  On highway 50 we were on "America's loneliest Road", and we believed it - nobody on it, including any ...

Goodbye Route 66, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Goodbye Route 66

A travel blog entry by beatmonika

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Bevor wir uns heute auf den Weg machten, besuchten wir wieder mal den Supermarkt "Walmart" in Flagstaff. Es galt die Zwischenverpflegung für den Tag einzukaufen. Dann hiess es, goodbye "Route 66". Wir verliessen Flagstaff Richtung Norden gegen den Lake ...

Bryce Canyon Nationalpark, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Bryce Canyon Nationalpark

A travel blog entry by beatmonika

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Der Morgen begann eigentlich wie immer. Die Erste, die unter die Dusche geht ist Monika. Alles lief perfekt. Beat als Zweiter beschwerte sich, dass der Mischregler ja nicht geht. Toll, gebrochen! Vor dem Frühstück schnell ins Office Meldung machen, ...

Bureau of Livestock Management, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Bureau of Livestock Management

A travel blog entry by bfrogjules

BLM land, exciting!  (Why is it exciting?  I dunno', just seems like it should be for some reason.)  We're driving through, by, around (one of those) Grand Staircase Escalante National ...

Bryce and Zion, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Bryce and Zion

A travel blog entry by vickyandbrian

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On Saturday we traveled from Moab to a little town in Utah called Panguitch. This looked like the most convenient place to stay for visiting Bryce and Zion National Parks. We stayed at the KOA just outside of the town. We arrived pretty late in the ...

Soirée à Bryce pour le couché de soleil, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Soirée à Bryce pour le couché de soleil

A travel blog entry by sarahkaith

... des immenses arbres. Enfin, pour le coup Kaithline a vu le paysage d'un oeil ou a pu l'imaginer en dormant ! Arrivées à Panguitch, on découvre une petite ville pleine de charme et une multitude de motels. Le notre est très mignon de ...

The tent is great but a pillow top......oooooooo., Panguitch, United States travel blog

The tent is great but a pillow top......oooooooo.

A travel blog entry by missjane75

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Ah, Panguitch.  We arrived here in the evening and knew it would be chilly so we opted for a hotel.  I was so excited for a bed and a bathroom.  Words can't do it justice.  And for the cheap little lazytown hotel it was, there was a ...

The Riders Move On, Panguitch Utah, United States travel blog

The Riders Move On

A travel blog entry by lindemand

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O.K.  I only know what the internet instructs me.  So, Panguitch Utah at 6600 feet above sea level is dry and high.  The population is less than 2000 souls.  I await reports from the intrepid riders. ...

L'Utah et ses canyons, Panguitch, United States travel blog

L'Utah et ses canyons

A travel blog entry by heritia8

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... ! et le paysage est tellement prenant que je ne vais pas me prendre la tête. 20h toujours rien, j'arrive à Bryce. Dernier espoir: Panguitch toute petite ville avec plusieurs hôtels (je n'ose plus y croire) sinon il faudra se diriger vers Cedar City, la ...

Bryce Canyon NP, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Bryce Canyon NP

A travel blog entry by babsmats

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Am Ankunftstag machten wir am späten Nachmittag noch zur Einstimmung den nicht so populären Fairyland-Loop-Trail. Dank seiner Länge und keiner Abkürzungsmöglichkeit waren wir fast alleine unterwegs. (Prädikat: sehr empfehlenswert ;-) Am zweiten Tag ...

Towering Monoliths of Zion, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Towering Monoliths of Zion

A travel blog entry by trekker2014

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We entered Zion at the eastern gate, near the small town of Mt. Carmel Junction. Impressive monoliths of both red and white sandstone, with checkered or striated surfaces, loomed above us.  And although we were already dwarfed by the height of ...

a full day at Zion, Panguitch, United States travel blog

a full day at Zion

A travel blog entry by chooklotto

... the Mt Carmel Tunnel and back onto the highway.  Along the way we saw some buffalo grazing in a nearby paddock.  Onto Panguitch we went, our stop for the night.  Spectacular scenery along the way.   We pulled into the Hitch n ...

To the Moon...Again!, Panguitch, United States travel blog

To the Moon...Again!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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up early touring Arches National Park 250 miles 5 hours Butch Cassidy 2 bike rides 38 degrees C laundry ...

Family Pictures from Bryce, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Family Pictures from Bryce

A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn

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Just some of our favorite ...

St George- Panguitch, Panguitch, United States travel blog

St George- Panguitch

A travel blog entry by redaly67

... were so close to his stash as it was inside the side of a dead log. Actually managed to get to our motel in the town of Panguitch ( settled in 1864 with a population of 1623) by 5.30 pm so took a drive around to check it out. There was such a difference ...

Pudsigt blåt sted i gammeldags by, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Pudsigt blåt sted i gammeldags by

A travel blog entry by annemartin

God belligenhed på hovedgaden i en lille by tæt ved Bryce - og så endda til rimelig pris. 50$ inkl. skat. Ser pænt, rent og fredeligt ud. Her er mange lokale moteller og tilsyneladende ikke overbooket og dermed lave priser. Til gengæld er her kun en ...

Rainy Day of Travel, Richfield to Panguitch, United States travel blog

Rainy Day of Travel

A travel blog entry by rmwright

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Had to breakdown and load in the rain this morning and of course, as soon as we got on the road it turned to a light drizzle. The good news that there wasn't much traffic with the lousy weather. But then, there is never much in traffic in Utah. Only ...

Red Canyon, Dixie National Forest, Hillsdale, United States travel blog

Red Canyon, Dixie National Forest

A travel blog entry by jonmatters

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I didn't even know this place existed until I drove through it. It happens to lie along the road to Bryce Canyon National Park a mere 10 miles away. I liked what I saw enough to make an unscheduled stop of three nights. Well, to be honest, I was burned ...

Brice Canyon National Park, Panguitch, United States travel blog

Brice Canyon National Park

A travel blog entry by wright2

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Monday June 16, 2014 Non-Travel Day   We spent the entire day at “Bryce Canyon National Park”.  Our first stop was the Visitor’s Center where we viewed a 20 minute film about the park, and talked to a park ranger.  Bryce ...

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